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The Max® Multipurpose Tool: Most Recommended Recovery Tool to Have in Your Truck

If you’re anything like me and are constantly on the road, offroad, or traveling with a trailer then you also know you can never be too prepared when it comes to traveling. This is why I am always on the search for items to make traveling easier and give me peace of mind when I am going down the road. The Max® Multipurpose Tool Kit is a multi-functional tool with a variety of attachments (eight to be exact), to meet your needs whether you’re at home on the ranch or on the road. The Max® Multipurpose Tool Kit is designed to be lightweight and easy to carry and is also perfect for stowing under a truck seat to wait until you need it.

You never know the situations that you will run into on the road such as a downed tree, getting stuck in sand or mud, or any other kind of bind you get yourself into. Regardless of the sticky situation, the Max® can help you out of it all in one nifty little tool. The attachments are designed to tackle a wide range of tasks but one of the best attachments is the full-size shovel blade, which makes recovery efforts a breeze. You can use it to dig your vehicle out when it high-centers or gets stuck. At 34 inches, it’s not quite a full-length shovel, but it’s longer than most camp shovels. Regardless of which attachment you need, the versatility of the Max® Multipurpose Tool makes it a great choice to keep in your vehicle for every type of scenario you may encounter. So what else is included? 

  • 34” Composite Polyglass Handle
  • 3.5-lb Hudson Bay Ax Head with Striking Surface
  • Shovel
  • Pick
  • Broad Pick
  • Mattock Blade
  • Combination McLoad Rake and Hoe with fastener 
  • 6 Lock Pins
  • Embossed Leather Ax Sheath
  • Cordura® Carrying Case
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Heading to a rodeo or out to fix fences? This tool needs to be your go-to. Whether it’s for digging post holes, hammering panels in place, or using one of the attachments to twist barbed wire to get your fence tight, there isn’t anything I’ve thrown at this tool that it can’t handle. 

Credit: Forrest Tool Company

One of the things I love most about the Max® is that it is proudly manufactured in the USA by a Veteran owned and operated company. In addition to that, it can be used for a variety of tasks outside of the truck as well. So whether you are fishing, camping, or just going for a hike, the Max® Multipurpose Tool can help you get the job done wherever you end up. At the end of the day, I believe every American needs to have the Max® Multipurpose Tool in their vehicle ready for any adventure you throw at it!

Credit: Forrest Tool Company

About Forrest Tool Company

Forrest Tool Company has been creating rugged and military-grade tools for more than 25 years. It was important to them from day one to provide their customers with a product that could not only withstand the toughest conditions but also be proudly made in America. With that in mind, the company released its flagship product, the Max® Multipurpose Tool, which combines your entire workshed into one handy tool. To learn more about Forrest Tool Company and its products, please visit its website for more information. 

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